King’s Lynn Town conclude a busy week on the road with a visit to The New Bucks Head, home of AFC Telford for their latest Vanarama National League North fixture tomorrow (3pm).
The Linnets will travel in good heart following their hard earned point gained at Brackley Town in midweek and will again need to be at their best for what promises to be another tough early season test.
AFC Telford have had a mixed start to their season having collected four points from their opening four fixtures.
All four points have been collected on home soil thanks to a win over Kidderminster Harriers and a point taken from Gateshead.
Two defeats have occurred on the road at Kettering and Hereford – two teams both recently beaten by the Linnets.
The hosts currently occupy 14th spot in the early National North table with Town sitting seventh following the midweek round of fixtures.
It is expected that Ian Culverhouse will again pick from the same squad that featured on Tuesday with no major injury worries of concern for the boss.
The Linnets reserves are also on the road at the weekend and will be hoping to add to the point they collected last Saturday.
Leiston Reserves is the destination for Neil Fryatt’s team who drew at Cornard United last time out thanks to a goal from Joe Taylor.
King's Lynn Town Ladies conclude their pre season schedule on Sunday with a home fixture with Peterborough United Ladies.
This game will be played at River Lane and will kick off at 2pm.